NSN facilitates video call over TD-LTE; China's 3G users surpass 20 million

 > Korean carrier SK Telecom plans to invest $100 million for a 25 percent stake in Malaysian WiMAX operator Packet One Networks. Article

> German automaker Audi this week said it will offer an optional factory-installed WLAN hotspot in the 2011 model of its Audi A8 sedan. Article

>  ­Saudi Arabia's Etihad-Etisalat (Mobily) says that it has completed trials of its HSPA+ network upgrade which offers peak rate mobile data download speeds of up to 42Mbps. Article

> US Internet, the service provider that runs the Minneapolis citywide WiFi network, has been chosen by Riverside to take over AT&T's network in the city. Article

> ­Nokia Siemens Networks says that it recently facilitated a high resolution live video call between TD-LTE devices connected to separate TD-LTE networks. The call occurred between China Mobile's pre-commercial TD-LTE network for the Shanghai World Expo and National Chiao Tung University's (NCTU) TD-LTE trial network in Taipei, set up by Nokia Siemens Networks. Article

> ­China's 3G users have exceeded 20 million and are estimated to reach 150 million by the end of next year, according to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), China's official news agency, Xinhua reported, citing the Economic Daily. Article

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